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Ed Condran
FEATURES WRITER
Ed Condran edc@spokesman.com

Ed Condran joined The Spokesman-Review in September as a freelancer and became a full-time Features reporter in March. The veteran journalist, who has written for Playboy, Parents, Rolling Stone, Maxim, Details, the Washington Post and the Dallas Morning News, will cover music, comedy, travel, parenting and more. The Temple University alum crafted jokes for Bette Midler's "Kiss My Brass" tour, and Burt Reynolds, George Carlin and Chris Cornell were some of his favorite interviews. Condran is a long-suffering Minnesota Vikings fan.


Most Recent Stories

Jan. 14, 2021, 1 p.m.
Injustice often inspires art. When the Ohio National Guard killed four college students protesting the Vietnam War in 1970 at Kent State, Neil Young penned "Ohio." The counterculture anthem is one of the greatest protest songs ever written: "Tin soldiers and Nixon's coming / We're finally on our own / This summer I hear the drumming / Four dead in Ohio."

News >  Spokane
Jan. 13, 2021, 6 p.m.
The Spokane Humane Society, which suffered a power outage, is hoping for a generator or donations that will help the non-profit accord a power source.

News >  Family
Jan. 11, 2021, 4 a.m.
While driving from Philadelphia to Spokane last summer with my sons Eddie and Milo, the subject of the great American divide was broached more than once. "How can people from the same country hate each other so much?" Milo asked after we left a restaurant in Wyoming. What prompted the question was a conversation we overheard.

Jan. 10, 2021, 4 a.m.
The goal of 280 adoptions, two pets going to good homes each day, when Bark, a Rescue Pub, opened in mid-August sounded as likely as a guy dubbed "Tiger King" ruling Netflix. How could so many pets leave a shelter for a permanent home during a pandemic? There hasn't even been a pet in the White House for four years.